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  1. Has anyone had any experience with GI distress (bloating, mild pain as in inflammation) when taking either ubiquinol or selenium? I'm asking on behalf of myself (not my DS, for once) as I began taking these supplements a couple of months ago and, about 3 weeks in, began to experience these symptoms. They're not on the lists of potential side effects for either that I can find. But since I ceased taking them, these symptoms have subsided for me. Just wondering if I'm imagining a connection, or if something else may be up, or if anyone else has had a similar experience? I actually have a GI specialist appointment today, which I scheduled during the heat of my symptoms and decided to keep even once they subsided. Any thoughts/ideas appreciated. Thanks!
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